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KlezmerShack on the Road: Milken Conference, NYC, Nov 7-11

The KlezmerShack goes on the road this week. I'll be at the Milken Conference on American Jewish Music in New York City. My wife, Judith Pinnolis, will be giving a couple of talks (including one on Jewish music resources on the Internet). Do come by and say "hello" if you are around. I will probably try to set up a temporary weblog for the conference, unless it turns out that I'm doing too much conference and have too little internet connectivity. This, too, is possible.

This is an exciting event. If you are in New York City, this is well-worth attending - the diversity of music and events and concert and lectures is wonderful. If you can't make it, I'll try to at least write about the conference. If you are there, do feel free to comment here (unless I actually set up that Milken Conference Weblog at this last moment).

Visit the conference website at: www.milkenarchive.org/events/events.taf


Here I am at the Milken Conference on Jewish American Music where we've heard fantastic music and talks about everything wonderful! Thanks to all who have come to this talk about the Internet!

It was a fantastic conference. And the post you made from your conference section on Jewish Music resources on the 'net was made successfully, despite unfortunate technical problems.

Can more Jewish Music weblogs be far behind?

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